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Outline and assess consensus, conflict and social action approuches in relation to socialization, culture and identity.

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Outline and assess consensus, conflict and social action approuches in relation to socialization, culture and identity.

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Explanation, Benefit, Drawback, Evaluation + Critical Opinion for each of socialisation, culture, and identity regarding consensus, conflict and social action approaches.

Socialisation? What does it mean? What do people agree on? What do people disagree on? What social action is currently taking place and to what extent is it justifiable based on current evidence? Includes, facts, evidence, references.

For Socialisation I guess you could talk about:
- Personality, personality types,
- Children's personality
- Scaling in society like big vs small countries and world view
- Environmental influences
- Forcing Affection (Source: http://www.speedofdark-thebook.com/blog/?cat=10)
- Links with culture
Source: http://anthro.palomar.edu/social/

Culture? What does it mean? What do people agree on? What do people disagree on? What social action is currently taking place and to what extent is it justifiable based on current evidence?

For Culture I guess you could talk about: the shared knowledge, behavioral norms, values and beliefs that help people to live in families, groups and communities (https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=cu...hrome&ie=UTF-8)

Identity? What does it mean? What do people agree on? What do people disagree on? What social action is currently taking place and to what extent is it justifiable based on current evidence?

For Identity I guess you could talk about: Developing an identity or sense of self and those traits a person desires to have can take time and may be challenging. Not having a strong sense of self or struggling with identity issues may lead to depression, anxiety, and other psychological health problems in addition to even physical health problems.
(https://www.google.co.uk/search?scli...6O0quTkM&pbx=1)

Honestly, I've just copied and pasted. I know it ain't that helpful lol.
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Explanation, Benefit, Drawback, Evaluation + Critical Opinion for each of socialisation, culture, and identity regarding consensus, conflict and social action approaches.

Socialisation? What does it mean? What do people agree on? What do people disagree on? What social action is currently taking place and to what extent is it justifiable based on current evidence? Includes, facts, evidence, references.

For Socialisation I guess you could talk about:
- Personality, personality types,
- Children's personality
- Scaling in society like big vs small countries and world view
- Environmental influences
- Forcing Affection (Source: http://www.speedofdark-thebook.com/blog/?cat=10)
- Links with culture
Source: http://anthro.palomar.edu/social/

Culture? What does it mean? What do people agree on? What do people disagree on? What social action is currently taking place and to what extent is it justifiable based on current evidence?

For Culture I guess you could talk about: the shared knowledge, behavioral norms, values and beliefs that help people to live in families, groups and communities (https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=cu...hrome&ie=UTF-8)

Identity? What does it mean? What do people agree on? What do people disagree on? What social action is currently taking place and to what extent is it justifiable based on current evidence?

For Identity I guess you could talk about: Developing an identity or sense of self and those traits a person desires to have can take time and may be challenging. Not having a strong sense of self or struggling with identity issues may lead to depression, anxiety, and other psychological health problems in addition to even physical health problems.
(https://www.google.co.uk/search?scli...6O0quTkM&pbx=1)

Honestly, I've just copied and pasted. I know it ain't that helpful lol.
Thank you xx
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Thank you xx
You're welcome. Usually, talking about mainstream things is quite easily, but it would be harder to stand out - not sure in this case if standing out is your priority but it's something to think about. If I had to name one problem (off the top of my head) regarding socialisation, culture, and identity it would be:
- For socialisation, people not helping and interacting with the elderly much - big companies involved in ICT and computing should help elderly people use internet and have internet access too
- For Culture, perhaps talk about cultural dilution (and why there is stigma surrounding immigration)
- For identity, talking about gender identity/inequality might be interesting or talk about people losing their identity through neoglobalisation (not sure if that's a word or even if it is, if it's the right word).
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